Wizards, get your wands ready! A new teaser trailer has been posted on the official Wizards Unite social profiles, titled “Riderless Nimbus 2000 out of control”. The new teaser features a flock of runaway Nimbus 2000 brooms flying across a highway in Sydney, Australia. Check the teaser out for yourself:
The incident in the teaser is taking place in Sydney, Australia on 14th of December, 2018, at 05:45 in the morning. A road sign next to the highway says “Event Ahead”, which is quite peculiar, but we’re not sure if it’s worth any deeper thought. The three brooms fly right by the camera at max speed of around 245 Km/h, easily breaking the 80 Km/h speed limit.
One of the first screens in the teaser trailer shows that this is a Trace file excerpt, number 74 and titled Riderless Nimbus. Footage implies there have been at least 73 traces of magical exposure in the Muggle world before this footage was recorded:
Another screen from the teaser trailer reveals more information about the threat. The Riderless Nimbus incident is considered to be a higher threat level than what the Magic Exposure Threat clock is showing on the official web page at the moment:
The footage reveals a Nimbus 2000 visible in plain sight, flying over at 245 Km/h in the Muggle world. This is a major breach and the threat levels will surely rise on the magical threat clock following this incident:
Look at the two images above. The dotted line over the broom indicates a spell. If you look closely at the scene above, that same dotted line appears. This could hint at finger-tracing to cast a spell, similar to spells in Hogwarts Mystery.
WUTuber Snitches & Witches found the spell already!
— Snitches & Witches (@SnitchesWitch) December 20, 2018
Metelojinx is a weather-modifying charm that creates a localized thunderstorm. The counterjinx is mentioned in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by Arthur Weasley.
We’ll keep you updated on more Wizards Unite teasers and magical incidents in the future. For now keep your wands ready and be prepared to obliviate any suspecting muggles who unfortunately came across this information.
Equipment used to record vehicle velocities, known by Muggles as a ‘speed camera,’ captured this blurry footage of several out-of-control Nimbus Two Thousand broomsticks on a fortunately Muggle-free motorway.
The alarming speed of the riderless brooms, combined with their erratic zigs and zags, suggests they are not behaving in their proper magical manner.
The Statute of Secrecy Task Force is doing everything in its power to track these rogue brooms before they are noticed by Muggle authorities. These brooms may split up in search of their natural sporting habitat, so keep an eye out around Muggle sport stadiums.
We need the help of every witch and wizard. Join the Statute of Secrecy Task Force today!
-The Statute of Secrecy Task Force